Offshore: Made to order
Fulfilment has fast become Jersey's second-largest industry. But, naturally in such a young sector, the supportive legal framework remains problematic. Mark Chambers and Tim Pearce report
As reported in the Jersey Evening Post’s front-page article on 2 February, 2005, Jersey’s fulfilment industry has come under close examination recently. Questions were due to be asked at a House of Commons all-party Treasury Select Committee about what the press described as a ‘VAT dodge’; the UK Government later stated that the industry is “perfectly legal”. This story followed others highlighting the interest big names such as Amazon, Tesco and Boots are showing in this area of the island’s economy.
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